Today I finally got around to releasing a widget I created for the Google Web Toolkit. It is an extension of one of the Google-created widgets, Grid, and adds the functionality of draggable column headers to support column reordering. The release is version 1.1 to imply its compatibility with GWT 1.1.0 and the fact that it contains bug fixes from my initial unreleased package. You can download the release, browse the API documentation or view an example online.
The Looking Glass I created my first Chrome extension, which is now live on the Chrome Web Store ! It's built for the Looking Glass , a holographic display that let's you view three-dimensional objects without glasses. I've also opened the source to the extension on GitHub. The Chrome extension allows you to view Facebook's "3D Photos", a feature they added in 2018 for displaying photos that include a depth map like those from phones with dual cameras, such as Apple's "Portrait Mode". Getting Started To use the extension, connect your Looking Glass to your computer, navigate to Facebook and open the viewer from the extension's popup menu. This will open a browser window on the Looking Glass display's screen in fullscreen mode. Opening the Viewer Once the viewer is open, the extension watches for any 3D Photo files being downloaded, so browse around Facebook looking for 3D Photos. I recommend some of the Facebook groups de